Parson said, as ABC17 News reported, Planned Parenthood filed a lawsuit against the state Tuesday and launched a corresponding media campaign that focuses on the possibility that Missouri could no longer have an abortion clinic available in the state if the St. Louis facility is shut down.
The abortion vendor’s media campaign, however, is centered solely on the fact that a state could be left with no abortion clinic.
Planned Parenthood President Dr. Leana Wen fundraised off the possibility that abortion could become completely unavailable in Missouri.
“In 48 hours, Missouri could become the first state in the country without a health center to provide abortion,” Wen said in an email letter to supporters. “This is NOT a drill. We’re taking action to protect patients’ lives. Can we count on your support?”